Friday, 28 October 2011

In the last few days a few other sites have picked up on my post about the Muslims demanding that the traditional celebrations of the Reconquista in Spain - the Fiestas de Moros y Cristianos (Festivals of Moors and Christians)- be suppressed. One of these, Bivouac-ID, accompanied its story with some videos that were better than the ones I originally posted, so here they are, shamelessly copied, below.

These are beautiful, well-crafted videos, created by Juan Rayos. He seems to be a professional photographer and that comes through in the quality of the images and editing.

There is an enchanting sense of community spirit as people from different age groups come together. The xenomaniacs and multicultists love to talk about 'community' and 'communities' and how to artificially stimulate the natural sense of togetherness people used to have before the mass colonisation of aliens began. They should watch these videos. This is what a real community looks like.

It seems they no longer destroy the effigy of Mohammed (La Mahoma). In Bocairent, they suppressed the destruction of the effigy in 2006 for fear of Muslim reaction. I've tried to find some videos or images of the Mohammed destruction before it was banned but haven't been able to so far. I don't know if the Mohammed effigy is still destroyed at any of these festivals. Probably not.




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